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Mary Chatterton gives a treat to her cat Clark Saturday in the kitchen of her house in Ipswich, Mass. Researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia and their collaborators said Sunday they found a dysfunctional feline gene that probably prevents cats from tasting sweets, a sensation nearly every other mammal on the planet experiences to varying degrees. Clark took part in the study.

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